After it was announced that Nasty C signed with Def Jam Recordings yesterday everyone went into a frenzy to congratulate the kind for this move. And of course, that announcement was soon followed by the official release of his new song called ‘There They Go’ which was released along with its music video too. This trap ditty was produced by American producer, Cxdy, and sees Nasty C reflect on writing 16s by the light and shaking off his haters.
“I sign deals, but I own my soul,” he raps on There They Go. Following his new deal with Def Jam, Nasty C says: “I have a great team that sees my vision. I am still me and no matter what deals I sign; I am not letting anyone dictate my sound or image.”
Part of Nasty C’s vision was to invite Andrew Sandler (who has worked with Lil Wayne, Chris Brown and more) to direct the There They Go music video and show his Durban hometown through a new lens. This is merely the beginning of Nasty C using his voice to present his narrative. ‘There They Go’ is a song that stems from his upcoming Zulu Man With Some Power album